Volume Five: The (In/Re)flection Multi-tracks
Just when you thought it was safe, and there was nothing more for SoundChaser to release he manages to find just one more thing… In this case it’s the multi-track recordings for (In/Re)flection.
For this release the ring modulation, reverb and echo were removed from most of the tracks. On some pieces there were effects built into the instrument used for creating the piece of music. In that case, the instrument was left the way it was used during the recording, rather than trying to make a completely “dry” track that wouldn’t match up with the original recording.
It is worth noting that some of the tracks on this release may be duplicates of the Alternate versions found on the original release. In many cases these were tracks that were done completely in a single take, so there is no actual multi-track, but they are included here to make the set of recordings complete.
Additionally, some of the tracks may appear to be duplicates used for “doubling” on the original recording. However, on the original recording they weren’t true doubles… In many cases the “duplicates” were sent through different effects chains, or performed in different registers, or transposed to different keys. Rather than trying to differentiate and write a novel on how each piece was processed it was determined it was better to leave the “duplicates” in place.
It’s SoundChaser’s hope that you will find the materials in this collection interesting, and possibly useful to some of your own projects.